Citizen Deep – Uyam’saba ft. Sir Trill mp3 Download free
As we groove to the cool Easter breeze, high talented record producer Citizen Deep decides to perfect the celebration even more with his long awaited afro house music titled Uyam’saba where he perfected the beat with the vocals of Sir Trill. Cop below and enjoy.
“Uyam’saba” have been the national anthem for months now since the track was performed life by the hit maker on his Lockdown house party which he delivered on Channel O earlier this year. Since then fans have been so keen to getting the full track as many even went further to cut the track just to taste of vibes, but today we decides to perfect the day with original mix. So without added ado, update your playlist and leave a feedback with us using the comment box below.
Citizen Deep might not be everyone’s celebrity but his productions and talent remains top notch as the disc jockey have been dominating his space but lately have reduced the rate he drops hits since the pandemic last year. His last major appearance will be his last mini album project “Ntima EP” where he proves the world wrong by capturing all hearts of House music lovers, and today resuming the year with Uyam’saba alongside Sir Trill simply entails we might be expecting an album very soon, so stay tuned with us as we will surely be the first to drop any project first upon release.
Sir Trill on the other hand have been considered as most featured artist this year, irrespective of the genre as he’s currently sitting on that throne and it can only get better. He was featured on “Samsokolo” where he worked with Mr JazziQ, ThackzinDJ, Boohle, Tee Jay and Rascoe Kaos, and also was the backbone of Semi Tee and MDU aka TRP Tales Of The 2 Peers Album where he perfected 2 tracks Isingisi and Lomshini. He still holds other contributions, thus fans have nicknamed him after the popular network MTN (Everywhere you go) and we aren’t surprise seeing him on Uyam’saba with Citizen Deep.
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